Bad Bunny Tour 2022

Bad Bunny announces ‘El Ultimo Tour del Mundo’

Latin trap superstar Bad Bunny will be embarking on a major 2022 tour across North America supporting his new album ‘El Último Tour del Mundo’. The 25-city excursion kicks off February 9th in Denver and runs into April visiting U.S. markets like Houston, Dallas, Los Angeles, Seattle, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Brooklyn, Washington DC, Atlanta and Miami. Canadian dates are set for Toronto and Montreal. The new outing follows up 2019’s X100PRE Tour and 2018’s La Nueva Religión Tour which both consisted of two separate legs.

UPDATE: Later in the year, the rapper will be launching his World’s Hottest Tour with support from Alesso and Diplo making additional stops at larger venues in many of the same cities.

Bad Bunny released his third studio album ‘El Último Tour del Mundo’ on November 27th, 2020 via Rimas Entertainment. The album became the first all-Spanish language album to reach #1 on the Billboard 200 and features guest appearances by Rosalía, Jhay Cortez and Abra. The Puerto Rican singer rose to national success with many of his 2017 singles including ‘Dime Si Vas a Volver’ and ‘Pa Ti’ (with Bryant Myers). Then in 2018, he made multiple guest appearances on tracks by Enrique Iglesias, Marc Anthony, Nicky Jam, Alex Sensation, Cosculluela and Noriel.

Bad Bunny Tour 2022

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    About Bad Bunny Tour Albums

    Bad Bunny came on to the Techno / Electronic scene with the appearance of tour album “Soy Peor”, released on N/A. The song instantly became a success and made Bad Bunny one of the top new great concerts to attend. After the release of “Soy Peor”, Bad Bunny released “Pa Ti” on N/A. The album “Pa Ti” is still one of the favorite tour albums from Bad Bunny. The Tour Albums three top singles included , , and and are a fan favorite at every concert. Bad Bunny has published 7 more tour albums since “Pa Ti”. With over 0 years of albums, Bad Bunny most popular tour album has been “Soy Peor” and some of the top concert songs are , , and .

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